Bridging the gap between you and health care. Free health screenings and primary care services for anyone with or without insurance. No appointment needed. All ages are welcome.
Explore their locations in Winona County:
- Winona Location: Sobieski Lodge (965 E 7th St., Winona) – Thursdays 10 am- 4 pm
Through Bridges’ preventative health approach for a more healthy lifestyle, services to address both physical and emotional health include:
- Health screenings
- Physical examination
- School & sports physicals
- Vision & hearing
- Foot & nail care
- Ear wash
- Neck & shoulder massage
- Blood pressure checks
- Chronic condition support
- Medication review
- Heart Health Program
The Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance is an online educational and support resource for veterans, seniors, cancer patients, and caregivers. Dedicated to providing answers to patients. Here you can find a range of information that talks about the cancer itself, the types of treatment that is expected, and preventative measures. Along with a list of doctors and cancer clinics that specialize in this diagnosis.
Winona Health is a community owned non-profit organization dedicated to meeting the healthcare needs of the Winona, Minnesota, regional community.
This hospital has a full range of services and a pharmacy. Clinics are often open to the public. Offerings include support groups, community classes, events, education programs, free community health clinic for non-insured, Healthy Kids youth program, and Junior Volunteers program.
Disability Hub MN is a free statewide resource network that helps people with disabilities solve problems, navigate the system and plan for the future. Since launching in 2006, DLL has evolved to offer more tools and services to make it easier for people with disabilities to live their best life, their way — a true “hub” of support. Call 1-866-333-2466 during regular business hours and specialists will provide one-to-one assistance to help you learn about your options and connect with supports and services.
ADA leads the fight against the deadly consequences of diabetes and fights for those affected by diabetes.
- They fund research to prevent, cure and manage diabetes.
- They deliver services to hundreds of communities.
- They provide objective and credible information.
- They give voice to those denied their rights because of diabetes.
The choices we make every day affect our chances of getting cancer. For years, people believed that cancer was something that struck without reason or warning, claiming victims who were powerless in the face of the disease.
By funding research, interpreting evidence, and educating the public about the results, AICR is helping Americans realize that it’s never too early and never too late to make choices that protect against cancer.